pragmatism and continental immanent theory and …
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This wasn’t very damn interesting. Yes, some sort of problem like this is a possible hypothesis, but you’ve presented essentially zero evidence in support of it. It’s like saying someone could have killed OJ’s wife and framed him for it, but it’s hardly the most plausible theory. After all, bizarre witchcraft accusations are fairly common throughout history, including in the contemporary developing world. Such accusations seem to be driven by illiteracy, ignorance and religious fervor rather than food poisoning.
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Did you know that 75% of women accused of witchcraft in “the olden days” in Britain were acquitted? And the rest were hanged, not burnt at the stake.
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"Daily Life in Ancient Egypt."
Max was working at the Y Combinator company Zenefits; Jack co-founded a performance-management company, Lattice, which had just gone through YC. The two brothers moved in with Altman temporarily three years ago and never left. Altman recently hired a designer to upgrade his gray IKEA sofas to gray SummerHouse sofas, and he hung some handsomely framed photographs taken from space, but the house maintains an upscale-student-housing vibe. His mother told me, “I think Sam likes having his brothers around because they knew him when, and can give him pushback in ways that other people can’t. But it’s tricky, with the power dynamic, and I want it to end before it explodes.”
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I come from a long line of “natural” healers (homeopathic, herbal, etc.), and with those compounds as well, you also very much need to be aware of how things interact with each other. I think the idea of the failure/shortage/disease of a decent crop of St. John’s Wort could very likely (either by itself or with symptoms exascerbated by the ergot troubles) have been a culprit in the behaviors of those young women. Agh!–Can you imagine?…Trying to use the St. JW to treat their general anxiety/depression, etc…only to find that your beloved, usually reliable herbal fixer-upper is either less than potent or diseased as well?! Out of the frying pan and into the fire! Bwah! And who knows what other plants and herbs could be affected in that same way? Anyway, the idea certainly has merit; it would be fascinating to be able to somehow do more research on that very specific theory!